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Near and Far, Side-by-side and Dispersed

Stream available to watch until 10.06.2021
IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall
Gérard Pesson  Tombeau de Rameau  for harpsichord
I. «L’examinante». Prélude non mesuré
II. «La Fracassante». Toccata
Claude Debussy  Sonata for flute, viola and harp
II. Interlude. Tempo di Minuetto
Claude Debussy  Images, premier livre  for piano
I. «Reflets dans l’eau»
Lisa Streich  Himmel  for large ensemble
World premiere, commissioned by the Collegium Novum Zürich
Supported by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation
Claude Debussy  Images, premier livre  for piano
II. «Hommage à Rameau»
Pierre Boulez  Mémoriale (…explosante-fixe… originel) 
Claude Debussy  Images, premier livre  for piano
III. «Mouvement»
György Ligeti  Chamber Concerto for 13 instrumentalists

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This stream is available to watch until June 10, 2021.

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Musical affinities in four chapters: this could be the subtitle for the third performance of the Collegium Novum Zurich in IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall. The highlight of this dazzling concert programme full of intuitively perceptible cross-references is the world premiere of Himmel by the young Swedish composer Lisa Streich: an atmospheric work of fragile beauty.

More than 100 years ago, when the rules of well-trodden tonality collapsed, Claude Debussy broke new ground. He felt academic conventions to be burdensome fetters, and yet his music draws its strength from tradition. His Images for piano, which are not so much a cycle as three separate imaginative sound pictures, run through the concert like intermezzi between contemporary masterpieces by Lisa Streich, Pierre Boulez and György Ligeti. The fascinating thing about the montage-like interweaving of the works is that one can perceive the familiar in a new light, whereas the new might turn out to be already known. The moderated concert also features a short film portrait about Lisa Streich (during the interval) – an intimate glimpse into the composer's workshop.
At the beginning of the concert, Jean-Philippe Rameau will be honoured with two contemporary harpsichord pieces by Gérard Pesson. Rameau, French composer of the Ancien Régime, was also Debussy's spiritual godfather, as can be heard in the middle movement of his ingenious late style Sonata for flute, viola and harp. A concert full of varied music – without homesickness for lost paradise, but radically present-orientated!

Live from the Tonhalle Maag Zurich.

Covid-19 Info

Unser nächstes Konzert findet am 5. Juni 2021 um 20 Uhr Uhr in der IDAGIO Global Concert Hall statt. Auf dem Programm stehen Werke von Agata Zubel, Georges Enescu, Dmitri Kourliandski und Oscar Bianchi.

Die Konzerttermine vom 12. Mai sowie vom 15. Mai müssen coronabedingt leider entfallen. Das Lecture-Konzert vom 12. Mai wird auf eine Folgesaison verschoben. Das Konzert vom 15. Mai findet am 5. Juni um 20 Uhr in der IDADIO Global Concert Hall statt.

Wir freuen uns, Sie bis auf Weiteres in unserem virtuellen Konzertsaal begrüssen zu dürfen und wünschen Ihnen viel Kraft und Zuversicht! Bleiben Sie gesund!

Ihr Collegium Novum Zürich

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